The percentage of indigenous signed in Brazil increased by 22% in a decade considering the interval between 2009 and 2019. A total of 2,074 indigenous lives according to the statistics revealed this year (31) by the Atlas of Violence 2021. Data on población would originate unpublished in the survey published annually, which was previously not evaluated in the segment.
According to the relief, at the same time that increased among the indigenous people, violent deaths fell by 20% in the same period if the total number of homicides in the country was analyzed.
Experts say that indigenous settlements rose from 15 to 18.3 per 100,000 inhabitants, whereas national figures for the general population show a decrease from 27.2 to 21.7 per 100,000 in the same period. The numbers are compiled from the Mortalidad Information System (SIM) of the Ministry of Health.
The Atlas is prepared by the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA) in association with the Brazilian Public Security Forum (FBSP) and the Jones dos Santos Neves Institute (IJSN). This year’s version shows, for example, that the years with the highest number of indigenous deaths in 2017 and 2018, with 247 and 240 records in the country.
It also indicates that the states of Amazonas, Roraima and Mato Grosso do Sul lead the ranking of subscriptions in the segment in terms of absolute numbers. Los tres have registered, respectively, 49, 41 and 39 asesinatos.
Data Salen a la Luz Mientras Brazil is experiencing an increase in rural conflicts, driven by disputes over water, land, natural and mineral resources. Ruralism, illegal splintering and clandestine mining are among the activities that generate conflicts with the original population.
Edition: Vivian Virissimo